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Meet the Cabinetmaker

  
  
  

It has been a while since we have featured a cabinetmaker on here, but with our Spring catalog arriving in homes, it only seems fitting.

Side note: If you haven't received your April catalog, you should shortly and if you aren't on our mailing list, you can sign up here.

Our featured cabinetmaker is Carol Dall.


Carol leads our upholstery department and has been with Moser for more than 12 years. She has an infectious laugh that can be heard throughout the shop. The work our upholstery team does is truly amazing, whether working with customer-specified fabrics or fulfilling special requests, they are the final eyes on each piece that leaves the shop. Here is a closer look at Carol, a special member of the Moser team...

Name: Carol Dall

Area of specialty: Upholstery

Years with Thos. Moser: 12

Where did you grow up: Auburn, Maine (not far from the shop)

Favorite piece of Moser furniture: A tie between the Lolling Chair and the American Bungalow Collection

Have you made any  special Moser pieces as gifts: I made a Boyker Bench and Wall Mirror for my daughter and a Continuous Arm Chair for my grandson. (Carol has 5 grandchildren!)

What did you do before coming to Moser: I worked as a healthcare provider and in retail sales.

What do you like most: the people I work with

What do you like least about your job: not being able to tie up loose ends at the end of the day. (Which is easy to understand, since she can be found still working at the end of the day when the lights are out!) 

Hobbies/Interests: Cooking, reading, working out, recently joining a local running club

If you want to learn more about the people that make up Thos. Moser, please visit our website.

 

Comments

Very nice collection and I also heard that Moser furniture is signed and dated by the craftsman who built it.I like to read further information about it, Anyway, I like this Article.
Posted @ Wednesday, May 26, 2010 12:11 AM by french country interiors
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